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is a serial hugger. >> he is a hugger, anthony weiner was just joking. they want us to move on. dana, this is not a joke. this story has me furious, should have everyone at home. there was an error drafting in the obama care law will make congressional hill staffers rolled into the exchanges, the president stepped in this morning, they were whining, we don't want obama care even though our bosses voted for it. saved the day, last item of business before he jets off. what do you think. >> i will try to poor cold water on everybody's outrage. there was a drafting problem, they drafted it in secret, nobody read the bill beforehand. they didn't specify legislative aides were federal employees, which is true, they are. what happened, they were carved out. you have, for example, somebody that makes $75,000 a year, single mom of three kids, looking at a $21,000 out of pocket expense in order to keep the health care she has. it doesn't mean that -- what they decided to do, it is unclear the specifics, but the employer, the federal government is going to be able to continue to contribute to t
reporter. dana and i will analyze it. >> there's something here more than just the failure of the family or the fail yuure of an individual african-american to pursue a job. >> also tonight, tackling racism in america. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. >> thanks for watching us. new revelations about the benghazi attack. that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. so fox news has learned. >> now some are being swim intimidated into staying silent. the officers have been forced to take lie detector tests to persuade them about what really went on that night. pretty odd, my opinion, the wrong people are getting the polygraphs. why not susan rice or hillary clinton, or the president himself. >> that's the memo, now for the top story. two different views on this. fox news's military analyst, author of the big new book, terror red. now before we talk about the cia, i want to address these emkbasz e embassy closings. . why do we tell everything about it. >> first of all, we get threats every day. on the hour where these embassies ar
what you click on this week. on "the five." >>> hello, i'm dana perino, along with andrea and others. it's 5:00 o'clock in new york city. this is "the five". >> there is a world wide alert for americans traveling overseas in the wake much a new terror threat from al-qaeda. the state department announced they are shutting down 17 embassies and four consulates on sunday, most in the muslim world. the state department says current information suggests al-qaeda and its affiliates may be planning to launch attacksrmt between now and the end of august, possibly in the middle east or north africa.n eric, this administration is not afraid of a tv camera and giveno this news and how unprecedented it is, we were at the white house waiting for any sort of comment and look, empty. crickets. there is nothing on dod. there was absolutely no comments. these are honestly,de they announced that the president ate breakfast. that's the kind of announcement we get a and today after this, a have absolutely nothing. sounds very serious. but are you skeptical? >> well, of course it wasn't the ge
is paul and fred townson, a member of the dhs and cia external advisory boards and dana bash and jill. jill, what are you hearing about this world-wide alert, 21 posts close in 17 countries. how credible a threat is this? >> they believe that it definitely is credible. they are taking it seriously. in fact, they say the number of countries where the embassies and consulates are being temporary shut down could increase in the length of time in which they are shut down could increase, as well. now what they are saying is in light of benghazi, they out of an abundance of caution are taking these steps. it refers to routine things that happen at the embassy, giving passports, et cetera but say for americans, if there is an emergency, they can get in touch with the embassy. that is not a problem. but they are also, anderson, urging americans if they are traveling to that region to register if this program, step. you can find it on their website and you can get texts and e-mail messages realtime about the threat that's out there and anything happening, country specific. >> jill, britain is
five." >>> hello, i'm dana perino, along with andrea and others. it's 5:00 o'clock in new york city. this is "the five". >> there is a world wide alert for americans traveling overseas in the wake much a new terror threat from al-qaeda. the state department announced they are shutting down 17 embassies and four consulates on sunday, most in the muslim world. the state department says current information suggests al-qaeda and its affiliates may be planning to launch attacksrmt between now and the end of august, possibly in the middle east or north africa.n eric, this administration is not afraid of a tv camera and giveno this news and how
people. joining us now, paul crookshank and fran townsend, dana bash. jill, what is the latest you're hearing from the state department? 21 posts closed in 17 countries. how credible a threat is this? >> they believe it definitely is credible. they say they're taking it very seriously. in fact, the number of countries where those embassies and consulates are being temporarily shut down could increase, and the length of time which they are shut down could increase, as well. what they're saying is, in light of benghazi, and i think you're going to hear the word benghazi quite a bit, they out of an abundance of caution, are taking these steps. it refers to routine things that happen at the embassy, but they do say for americans that if there is an emergency, they can get in touch with the embassy. that is not a problem. but they're urging americans, if they're traveling to that region, to register for this program that they have called s.t.e.p. you can get texts and e-mail messages realtime about the threat that's out there and anything happening, country specific. >> jill, britain is
the five, i've never heard of it, dana perino the former white house press secretary. i didn't know that. so first, glad i can -- . >> i also have a dog. >> no idea great job on "the five". a great show today. you were missing something. >> yes. my little friend. >> when you read about the relationship between white house press corps and "new york times" with the president, are you amazed it's still -- this love lasted this among? -- long? it's almost beautiful. >> quite incredible. i don't know how to keep it going because two months ago the media was furious at the idea administration would dare investigate a reporter doing his, or her job. and in which the case of the media so mad "new york times" wrote a scathing editorial bit. then, you cut to this interview, a group interview no one brings it up. they just ask all sorts of nice things and it kind of read like conversations i imagine they have. but it's empty. >> i just think it's beautiful how to keep a relationship so fresh, so long, they can just spice it up every year. a beautiful marriage. >> yes. they can write self help book
couldn't get her seat belt undone. >>> falling to earth in a deadly spiral. >> dana! >> a bad dream with no end in sight. >> oh, my gosh, i'm so scared. >> complete, absolute, utter terror. >> then, o
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